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    Toshiba L200

    Doesn't the inconsistent performance of SMR only matter if you're going to be doing a lot of erasing and rewriting like you might do with a RAID setup? SMR drives would be intolerable in that application. If you only plan to write something to your drive once then leave it there pretty much forever it shouldn't be as big of a deal, right?